9 Musicians go to School by Andrew Peggie London Arts Board 1997 Available from

9 musicians go to school by andrew peggie london arts

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Musicians go to School , by Andrew Peggie, London Arts Board, 1997 Available from Sound Sense Performance Making: A Manual for Music Workshops , by Graeme Leak, Currency Press, 2003 An inspiring guide to teaching musical performance skills. Search and Reflect: A Music Workshop Handbook , by John Stevens, Rockschool, 2007 Packed with inspirational exercises that will allow people of all musical ability to 'have a game of music'. Singing with children in care , by Heather Williams, in Sounding Board, ed Kathryn Deane, 2010 issue 2 Available from Sound Sense Teaching Music Musically , by Keith Swanwick, Routledge, 1999 Offers fundamental principles for music educators, whatever the particular context of music teaching. ● Magazines / Journals / Newsletters Sounding Board The UK journal of community music, packed with news, opinions, discussion and debates about community music. Published by Sound Sense four times a year. Available through Sound Sense membership; or individual copies can be purchased. Bulletin Board Monthly e-newsletter for Sound Sense members linking you with information on training, conferences, jobs, networking contacts plus all the latest funding opportunities. International Journal of Community Music Publishes research articles, practical discussions, timely reviews, readers' notes and special issues concerning all aspects of Community Music. ● Online resources / Websites Sound Sense The UK professional association promoting community music and supporting community musicians. Website resources include jobs, funding, news about member’s activities, training and cpd opportunities. ● Further reading Community Music: History and Current Practice, its Constructions of 'Community', Digital Turns and Future Soundings, by Professor George McKay and Ben Higham, AHRC, 2011 10
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A key text for community musicians in understanding their place and progress, produced as the lead output of an AHRC Connected Communities programme research review. Available to download at d_Current_Practice_its_Constructions_of_Community_Digital_Turns_and_Future_Soundin gs See also: Annotated Bibliography of Community Music Research Review mmunity_Music_Research_Review_AHRC_Connected_Communities_Programme Music for Life Project: The role of participation in community music activities in promoting social engagement and well-being in older people , by Susan Hallam (PI), Andrea Creech, Helena Gaunt, Anita Pincas, Maria Varvarigou, Hilary McQueen, nda Findings 9, NDA Research Programme, 2001 Research project exploring the role of music in older people’s lives and how participation in making music, particularly in community settings can enhance their social, emotional and cognitive well-being. Available to download at
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